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Student Belongings Pickup

Our staff has gathered each student’s belongings. We ask for you to pick up these items and return any library books, textbooks, Chromebooks, iPads, etc. Refunds for things like Family Night can be picked up in front of the office that day.

 

To maintain social distancing and a smooth flow of traffic, pick up and returns will be spread over three days based on the student’s last name. Please see the schedule and map below:

 

Wednesday, May 20 Last names A to I:

8:00am - A to B

9:00am - C

10:00am - D to F

11:00am - G to I

 

Thursday, May 21 Last names J to N:

8:00am - J to K

9:00am - L

10:00am - M

11:00am - N

Friday, May 22 Last names O to Z:

8:00am - O to R

9:00am - S

10:00am - T to V

11:00am - W to Z

 

Library books, chromebooks, and iPads that were borrowed must be returned in the cafeteria. Don’t forget to return the chargers for the chromebooks and iPads!

The office will be open for the following.

  • Pick-up medication stored in the health room.

  • Pick-up refunds

  • Registration

 

Parking will be available on the big field. All on-campus parking is reserved for our staff and those needing handicapped parking.

 

For social distancing purposes, we are asking you adhere to the following guidelines:

  • No more than two people per family

  • Please follow the map when lining up to pick up your supplies.

  • Maintain a 6’ distance from one another. Markings will be made on the sidewalks and lawns.

  • A mask or face covering must be worn at all times

  • Playgrounds and equipment will be off limits

  • No loitering

  • No socializing and/or congregating of families

  • Please leave as soon as you have picked up your items to free up parking for the next group of families.

 

Thank you and we appreciate your cooperation.

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COVID-19 INFORMATION

The school is currently closed, including the school office. The campus is closed for the remainder of the school year. Information on how instruction and learning will take place starting 3/30 can be found on the new tab above, "Student Learning during COVID-19".

 

Please pay attention to local news outlets as health and safety directives from the State of Hawaii Department of Education (HIDOE) and Governor Ige are continually changing as our local situation develops.

 

HIDOE employees will be working remotely. Please be patient with us as we try to work out how to best service the needs of our school community during these challenging and uncertain times. We appreciate the efforts by parents and families to support the needs of our students.

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Ma`ema`e, clean and pure in the Hawaiian language, is situated in beautiful, historic Nu`uanu Valley. Founded in the late 1800's, Ma`ema`e has grown from a simple three-building facility to its present design with seven buildings that accommodate nearly 700 students from kindergarten through the fifth grade.

 

Residents from all facets of the community support the school in many ways. The annual Family Fun Night and the Ma`ema`e School Community Council, are examples of people in the community coming together to create an environment that supports learning and growing for all.

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